Africa’s number one music channel dedicated to Africa’s top artists and genres, TRACE, is celebrating Africa Day by launching the biggest Pan African Campaign that is set to bring Africa together through music and dance.
DJOUBA, the Official African Chart plays the Top 30 biggest hits on the continent with influences of Francophone, Anglophone and Lusophone Africa. The show plays in Southern, Eastern and Western Africa and is also open to TRACE viewers in Europe, the Caribbean & the Indian Ocean.
The chart has now introduced the #DJOUBAChallenge where people can show off their hottest dance move for a chance to win $1000. Africans from the North all the way to the South will be moving to Capso’s single DJOUBA.
In a continent so diverse we have narrowed down the 3 dance moves we cannot wait to see!
- The Gwara Gwara is a South African fave which has spread out globally. We have seen international stars like Rihanna and Usher show off the move during performances.
- The Kwassa Kwassa is a dance created by Jeannora, a mechanic in Kinshasa from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was later popularized by Kanda Bongo Man, a soukous music pioneer and has spread through the continent.
- 1 Vosho, 2 Vosho, 3 Vosho! We’ve seen vosho’s at parties, at work places, and even in parliament by Julius Malema!
- Share a video of yourself dancing to the DJOUBA Song on Instagram using the hashtag #DJOUBAChallenge
- @TRACESouthAfrica or @TRACEEAfrica_ if you are based in Southern Africa
- @TRACEMziki if you are based in Eastern Africa
- @TRACENaija if you are based in West Africa
- @TRACEToca if you are based in Angola or Mozambique